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What was it about Moses that moved God to declare he was by far the meekest man upon the earth?

 
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I love this story.

It's God overthrowing the first NWO.

And he will do it again.
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I love this story.

It's God overthrowing the first NWO.

And he will do it again.
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(You are right, and by the way, if you are French, us French people think alike sometimes, (not always, but in this case yes)flower
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I had that same thought today!

I was thinking to myself, all of the people I have problems with are British lol
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I had that same thought today!

I was thinking to myself, all of the people I have problems with are British lol
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Well, I don't have a race I have a problem with, just people I don't like in general5a

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But yeah Moses was the first man God redeemed. Before Moses was Noah who was already righteous enough for God to use.

And for the first "prophet" he had a stuttering problem.

The first man who had the authority of God to control reality itself.
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You post so much crap on this site and you post to yourself 90% of every thread. Its not facebook fuck off.
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You post so much crap on this site and you post to yourself 90% of every thread. Its not facebook fuck off.
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Well why don't you share something with us all that has meaning, because all we see with your posts are kindergarten pouts with no substance at allangryface
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You post so much crap on this site and you post to yourself 90% of every thread. Its not facebook fuck off.
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Well why don't you share something with us all that has meaning, because all we see with your posts are kindergarten pouts with no substance at allangryface
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You just pout and pout and pout and never add anything that has meaning........EVERY SINGLE TIME
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Moses had a grip on his anger.

He was still raised as royalty so he had "Class".
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I love how you phrased that......blobr
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Psalm 62 v 9.

9 Surely the lowborn are but a breath,
the highborn are but a lie.
If weighed on a balance, they are nothing;
together they are only a breath.
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Man was enslaved by the Giants for thousands of years. The original rulers of Egypt were a Royal Family of these Giant beings. The old testament Bible and the Koran are former holy books owned by the Giants. Man was too enslaved and without much going for them to have just sat there and scribed the history of the times. You will notice G-d commanded a lot of killings. Not a true G-d as one would envision one.

Words for thought.
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And these "giants" were who?
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As in David and Goliath. The Giants(Annunaki)mated with the earth woman and out spawned the Nephelim. To this day you see it in Turkey, Irag Large boned broad face large hands people who have the genes in them.

David was a Nephelim who slain the Father who killed his Mother due to having a small birth canal and died by having a large head baby rip pass through, as in those days, humans were 4 ft. tall to the 8 ft. tall Giants.

Just some knowledge that I acquired through unearthly sources.

Jesus on the other hand was about Love thy neighbor. The word is Love. Which contradicts the G-d in the old testament. As I said that G-d wanted a lot of killing even over trivial things. God in reality is a force or the King ET.
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aaron, moses' brother, apparently had a gift for public speaking - whereas moses did not like doing such.
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Moses had a grip on his anger.

He was still raised as royalty so he had "Class".
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royalty has nothing to do with "class" ... look at prince whomever cavorting naked in vegas and camila and charles and lady diE and all the other "royals" of the world.

puhlllleeeeze.

i've met way more classy homeless people.

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You post so much crap on this site and you post to yourself 90% of every thread. Its not facebook fuck off.
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Well why don't you share something with us all that has meaning, because all we see with your posts are kindergarten pouts with no substance at allangryface
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You just pout and pout and pout and never add anything that has meaning........EVERY SINGLE TIME
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Beebee said it best






Reasons Religion is a form of Mental Illness.
(1) Hallucinations
(2) Delusions
(3) Denial/Inability to learn
(4) Inability to distinguish fantasy from reality
(5) Paranoia
(6) Emotional Abuse
(7) Violence. Read Info for more details.

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7(Seven) reasons why religion is a form of mental illness


(1) Hallucinations - the person has invisible friends who (s)he insists are real, and to whom (s)he speaks daily, even though nobody can actually see or hear these friends.

(2) Delusions - the patient believes that the invisible friends have magical powers to make them rich, cure cancer, bring about world peace, and will do so eventually if asked.

(3) Denial/Inability to learn - though the requests for world peace remain unanswered, even after hundreds of years, the patients persist with the praying behaviour, each time expecting different results.

(4) Inability to distinguish fantasy from reality - the beliefs are contingent upon ancient mythology being accepted as historical fact.

(5) Paranoia - the belief that anyone who does not share their supernatural concept of reality is "evil," "the devil," "an agent of Satan".

(6) Emotional abuse - ­ religious concepts such as sin, hell, cause feelings of guilt, shame, fear, and other types of emotional "baggage" which can scar the
psyche for life.

(7) Violence - many patients insist that others should share in their delusions, even to the extent of using violence.
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" 3 And the man Moses was by far the meekest of all the men who were upon the surface of the ground.'- Numbers 12:2,3
 Quoting: CelestialMaiden

Given his dramatic story and actions, you'd think maybe God was joking.

Like when Jesus said of Simon, "You are Peter, and upon this Rock I shall build my Church! It was a pun, Jesus was poking fun at Simon. I'm sure he was rapping his knuckles on Simon's head when he said it.

Although a close reading of the Burning Bush scene may reveal a more complex reason. It seems Moses was terrified of public speaking and had to be bullied into doing God's will. I'm betting in contrast that his brother Aaron was the honey-tongued one.

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How could anyone other than God Almighty answer your question?

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" 3 And the man Moses was by far the meekest of all the men who were upon the surface of the ground.'- Numbers 12:2,3
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"Moses now said to Jehovah: “Excuse me, Jehovah, but I am not a fluent speaker, neither since yesterday nor since before that nor since your speaking to your servant, for I am slow of mouth and slow of tongue.” 11 At that Jehovah said to him: “Who appointed a mouth for man or who appoints the speechless or the deaf or the clear-sighted or the blind? Is it not I, Jehovah;- Exodus 4:10-12
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Okay, okay, so Moses wasn't Charleston Hesston.....but still.
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I think he was right, unqualified, I mean Moe didn't even speak back in Old English, what pharaoh is gonna listen to him?
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meek
adjective \ˈmēk\

: having or showing a quiet and gentle nature : not wanting to fight or argue with other people




Somehow I think a genocidal warlord like Moses doesn't qualify.
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meek
adjective \ˈmēk\

: having or showing a quiet and gentle nature : not wanting to fight or argue with other people




Somehow I think a genocidal warlord like Moses doesn't qualify.
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Moses could hardly be called a warlord, it was Jehovah that parted the Red sea that swallowed up Pharaoh and his army- and that was after HOW many warnings to let the Hebrews go free from bondage and slavery?

Moses died in the wilderness, he was not to enter the Promised Land, where Joshua took the lead in subduing nations, so in what way was Moses a warlord?
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meek
adjective \ˈmēk\

: having or showing a quiet and gentle nature : not wanting to fight or argue with other people




Somehow I think a genocidal warlord like Moses doesn't qualify.
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Moses could hardly be called a warlord, it was Jehovah that parted the Red sea that swallowed up Pharaoh and his army- and that was after HOW many warnings to let the Hebrews go free from bondage and slavery?

Moses died in the wilderness, he was not to enter the Promised Land, where Joshua took the lead in subduing nations, so in what way was Moses a warlord?
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Amos the Famous Ignoramus PhD here.
Like you already admitted Mean Machine Moe drowned those poor Egyptian soldiers who were only defending themselves from the charging Hebrew grandmas, and toddlers, and killer sheep and fuzzy bunnies. So what if the Hebrews were held captive and enslaved to build Pharaoh's pyramids for 400 years, like they had something better to do out there in the middle of no where?
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meek
adjective \ˈmēk\

: having or showing a quiet and gentle nature : not wanting to fight or argue with other people




Somehow I think a genocidal warlord like Moses doesn't qualify.
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Moses could hardly be called a warlord, it was Jehovah that parted the Red sea that swallowed up Pharaoh and his army- and that was after HOW many warnings to let the Hebrews go free from bondage and slavery?

Moses died in the wilderness, he was not to enter the Promised Land, where Joshua took the lead in subduing nations, so in what way was Moses a warlord?
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I did read the Bible once, to satisfy my curiosity, but I'm not a Christian, so I don't have the whole thing memorized. I just remember that Moses was a genocidal warlord.

That said, I googled Moses + war for you, and this popped up:

[link to theuglytruth.wordpress.com (secure)]

You should definitely read it!
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meek
adjective \ˈmēk\

: having or showing a quiet and gentle nature : not wanting to fight or argue with other people




Somehow I think a genocidal warlord like Moses doesn't qualify.
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Moses could hardly be called a warlord, it was Jehovah that parted the Red sea that swallowed up Pharaoh and his army- and that was after HOW many warnings to let the Hebrews go free from bondage and slavery?

Moses died in the wilderness, he was not to enter the Promised Land, where Joshua took the lead in subduing nations, so in what way was Moses a warlord?
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Amos the Famous Ignoramus PhD here.
Like you already admitted Mean Machine Moe drowned those poor Egyptian soldiers who were only defending themselves from the charging Hebrew grandmas, and toddlers, and killer sheep and fuzzy bunnies. So what if the Hebrews were held captive and enslaved to build Pharaoh's pyramids for 400 years, like they had something better to do out there in the middle of no where?
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The Hebrews ticked God off so many times, it was Moses who continually pleaded in their behalf, but yeah, building bricks until they could no longer stand would have been better than that manna in the wilderness, I mean, didn't they prefer the lashes of Pharaoh's whips? spockdeadhorse



"Now the people became as men having something evil to complain about in the ears of Jehovah. When Jehovah got to hear it, then his anger grew hot, and a fire of Jehovah began to blaze against them and to consume some in the extremity of the camp. 2 When the people began to cry out to Moses, then he made supplication to Jehovah, and the fire sank down. 3 And the name of that place got to be called Tab;e·rah, because a fire of Jehovah had blazed against them.
4 And the mixed crowd that was in the midst of them expressed selfish longing, and the sons of Israel too began to weep again and say: “Who will give us meat to eat? 5 How we remember the fish that we used to eat in Egypt for nothing, the cucumbers and the watermelons and the leeks and the onions and the garlic! 6 But now our soul is dried away. Our eyes are on nothing at all except the manna."- Numbers 11:1-6

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Somehow I think a genocidal warlord like Moses doesn't qualify.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46998366


Moses could hardly be called a warlord, it was Jehovah that parted the Red sea that swallowed up Pharaoh and his army- and that was after HOW many warnings to let the Hebrews go free from bondage and slavery?

Moses died in the wilderness, he was not to enter the Promised Land, where Joshua took the lead in subduing nations, so in what way was Moses a warlord?
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I did read the Bible once, to satisfy my curiosity, but I'm not a Christian, so I don't have the whole thing memorized. I just remember that Moses was a genocidal warlord.

That said, I googled Moses + war for you, and this popped up:

[link to theuglytruth.wordpress.com (secure)]

You should definitely read it!
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I looked at that Link and it is a complete mis representation of the facts, with added false information

My recommendation to you, since you said you have read the Bible once, but don't have it memorized, that if you want the TRUE story of Moses and the circumstances surrounding scourges or killings that did take place, (Which were brought by Jehovah himself by the way)...you might want to read the Bible yourself rather than these links that are presented by people who have some other agenda rather than seeking out Bible truthpeace
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Moses was a murderer , a mass murderer and a conman ...

Moses' Mass Murder

"Behold, these caused the children of Israel, through the counsel of Balaam, to commit trespass against the LORD in the matter of Peor, and there was a plague among the congregation of the LORD. Now therefore kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him. But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves." (Numbers 31:16-18)

Exodus 2:11-15
Moses Commits Murder and Flees to Midian

11 In the course of time Moses grew up. Then he went to see his own people and watched them suffering under forced labor. He saw a Hebrew, one of his own people, being beaten by an Egyptian. 12 He looked all around, and when he didn’t see anyone, he beat the Egyptian to death and hid the body in the sand.

I really doubt that God would consider him the meekest man on earth...
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Somehow I think a genocidal warlord like Moses doesn't qualify.
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Actually, if one reads the circumstances surrounding Moses birth, there was a genocide already put in order by Pharaoh to kill every male born to the Hebrew women, but Moses was spared that, hidden and raised in the household of Pharaoh

So it was Moses who could have
been a victim of Genocide, not he being the instigator of genocides, rather, he pleaded many times in the Hebrews behalf when God got fed up with their rebellions


And the word meek means humble, teachable, but it no where implies being wimpy, in fact meekness takes great inner strength which Moses displayed many times
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Man was enslaved by the Giants for thousands of years. The original rulers of Egypt were a Royal Family of these Giant beings. The old testament Bible and the Koran are former holy books owned by the Giants. Man was too enslaved and without much going for them to have just sat there and scribed the history of the times. You will notice G-d commanded a lot of killings. Not a true G-d as one would envision one.

Words for thought.
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And these "giants" were who?
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Genesis 6:4
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Moses was a murderer , a mass murderer and a conman ...

Moses' Mass Murder

"Behold, these caused the children of Israel, through the counsel of Balaam, to commit trespass against the LORD in the matter of Peor, and there was a plague among the congregation of the LORD. Now therefore kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him. But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves." (Numbers 31:16-18)

Exodus 2:11-15
Moses Commits Murder and Flees to Midian

11 In the course of time Moses grew up. Then he went to see his own people and watched them suffering under forced labor. He saw a Hebrew, one of his own people, being beaten by an Egyptian. 12 He looked all around, and when he didn’t see anyone, he beat the Egyptian to death and hid the body in the sand.

I really doubt that God would consider him the meekest man on earth...
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Moses was a mouthpiece for Jehovah, he simply carried out Jehovah's orders to execute the sex crimes that were committed.....


When Moses early in life, killed the Egyptian, he did that out of defense for his Hebrew brothers who were in slavery, perhaps thinking it was time to be used by Jehovah to deliver God's people, he acted presumptuously in this manner

It was not until 40 years later, after Jehovah had allowed him be refined as a man as he became a sheep herder in Midian, that Jehovah commissioned him to deliver the Hebrews

Yes, Jehovah certainly DID use him, .....as the Bible tells us
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Moses was a murderer , a mass murderer and a conman ...

Moses' Mass Murder

"Behold, these caused the children of Israel, through the counsel of Balaam, to commit trespass against the LORD in the matter of Peor, and there was a plague among the congregation of the LORD. Now therefore kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him. But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves." (Numbers 31:16-18)

Exodus 2:11-15
Moses Commits Murder and Flees to Midian

11 In the course of time Moses grew up. Then he went to see his own people and watched them suffering under forced labor. He saw a Hebrew, one of his own people, being beaten by an Egyptian. 12 He looked all around, and when he didn’t see anyone, he beat the Egyptian to death and hid the body in the sand.

I really doubt that God would consider him the meekest man on earth...
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Moses was a mouthpiece for Jehovah, he simply carried out Jehovah's orders to execute the sex crimes that were committed.....


When Moses early in life, killed the Egyptian, he did that out of defense for his Hebrew brothers who were in slavery, perhaps thinking it was time to be used by Jehovah to deliver God's people, he acted presumptuously in this manner

It was not until 40 years later, after Jehovah had allowed him be refined as a man as he became a sheep herder in Midian, that Jehovah commissioned him to deliver the Hebrews

Yes, Jehovah certainly DID use him, .....as the Bible tells us
 Quoting: CelestialMaiden


Oh bullshit! There was also a time he ordered and helped carry out the orders to kill innocent infants.... Aside from that no loving.... Forgiving God is killing anyone over sex crimes.... Get a grip ... Analyze that damn book realistically... See it for what it really is... A book written by humans designed to manipulate and exploit masses... Then try to really get to know God ...
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being raised as or with/amongst "royalty" has absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with true "class"

which is an innate characteristic of the meek/humble individual

being "meek" in truth means that one doesn't "lead with their ego"

rather they are quite the opposite, in knowing and understanding how the majority of the world works and reacts in regard to their own egos, they go the extra mile to diffuse just such reactions in others all the while disregarding their own entire that Gods Will be done having taken center stage as it ever and always should, accordingly

just that simple
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Moses was a murderer , a mass murderer and a conman ...

Moses' Mass Murder

"Behold, these caused the children of Israel, through the counsel of Balaam, to commit trespass against the LORD in the matter of Peor, and there was a plague among the congregation of the LORD. Now therefore kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him. But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves." (Numbers 31:16-18)

Exodus 2:11-15
Moses Commits Murder and Flees to Midian

11 In the course of time Moses grew up. Then he went to see his own people and watched them suffering under forced labor. He saw a Hebrew, one of his own people, being beaten by an Egyptian. 12 He looked all around, and when he didn’t see anyone, he beat the Egyptian to death and hid the body in the sand.

I really doubt that God would consider him the meekest man on earth...
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Moses was a mouthpiece for Jehovah, he simply carried out Jehovah's orders to execute the sex crimes that were committed.....


When Moses early in life, killed the Egyptian, he did that out of defense for his Hebrew brothers who were in slavery, perhaps thinking it was time to be used by Jehovah to deliver God's people, he acted presumptuously in this manner

It was not until 40 years later, after Jehovah had allowed him be refined as a man as he became a sheep herder in Midian, that Jehovah commissioned him to deliver the Hebrews

Yes, Jehovah certainly DID use him, .....as the Bible tells us
 Quoting: CelestialMaiden


Oh bullshit! There was also a time he ordered and helped carry out the orders to kill innocent infants.... Aside from that no loving.... Forgiving God is killing anyone over sex crimes.... Get a grip ... Analyze that damn book realistically... See it for what it really is... A book written by humans designed to manipulate and exploit masses... Then try to really get to know God ...
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if you don't give God enough credit to have kept His Words alive and unadulterated to any large extent to the end of this Age...

then you have no business professing to "know Him" yourself

lol

He hasn't allowed humanity to have their way with His Words anymoreso than He has nor will allow them to have their way with the world, above and beyond that which He allows toward the eventual edification in and to truth of all hereupon
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Moses was a murderer , a mass murderer and a conman ...

Moses' Mass Murder

"Behold, these caused the children of Israel, through the counsel of Balaam, to commit trespass against the LORD in the matter of Peor, and there was a plague among the congregation of the LORD. Now therefore kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him. But all the women children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves." (Numbers 31:16-18)

Exodus 2:11-15
Moses Commits Murder and Flees to Midian

11 In the course of time Moses grew up. Then he went to see his own people and watched them suffering under forced labor. He saw a Hebrew, one of his own people, being beaten by an Egyptian. 12 He looked all around, and when he didn’t see anyone, he beat the Egyptian to death and hid the body in the sand.

I really doubt that God would consider him the meekest man on earth...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46448385


Moses was a mouthpiece for Jehovah, he simply carried out Jehovah's orders to execute the sex crimes that were committed.....


When Moses early in life, killed the Egyptian, he did that out of defense for his Hebrew brothers who were in slavery, perhaps thinking it was time to be used by Jehovah to deliver God's people, he acted presumptuously in this manner

It was not until 40 years later, after Jehovah had allowed him be refined as a man as he became a sheep herder in Midian, that Jehovah commissioned him to deliver the Hebrews

Yes, Jehovah certainly DID use him, .....as the Bible tells us
 Quoting: CelestialMaiden


Oh bullshit! There was also a time he ordered and helped carry out the orders to kill innocent infants.... Aside from that no loving.... Forgiving God is killing anyone over sex crimes.... Get a grip ... Analyze that damn book realistically... See it for what it really is... A book written by humans designed to manipulate and exploit masses... Then try to really get to know God ...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46448385


He did not kill to defend his brothers... Even if he had there is no justification for murder...Egypt had laws and a great legal system... He killed the Egyptian because being the Pharos grandson had gone to his head and like a spoiled brat he had been running around being an obnoxious argumentative drunken lout...the Egyptian he killed... Was not the first... There were others... The one he wound up fleeing Egypt over and becoming a fugitive he killed right in town square and people had enough of his behavior by then ... They refused to live in fear of him anymore.. They went to the Pharo and demanded Moses be held accountable, taken to court and if found guilty face the same penalty anyone else would ... Which was the death sentence at that time.

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